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Why your all.js is empty on staging or production

When you include a non-existing Javascript file, you probably won't notice it during development. But with caching active (on production or staging) Rails will write an empty all.js file without complaining.

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Henning Koch
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almost 12 years ago
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caching, staging, production
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